CAE is the world’s marketplace for secondary capital equipment. CAE Online was founded in 1982, and focused initially on building the highest quality catalogue of secondary semiconductor equipment. In 2008, a partnership was formed between Ryan F. Jacob and D. Keith LeClaire to create Capital Asset Exchange and Trading, LLC (CAE), and the CAE Marketplace was born.
Since 2008, CAE has grown from 8 to 75 people, and CAE’s revenue has increased from $1 million to $120 million annually. With 1,500 equipment transactions completed in 2010, CAE has become the largest buyer and seller of secondary capital equipment in the world.
CAE offers buyers the largest source of secondary capital equipment, and makes buying across the globe a safe undertaking, by executing a robust diligence process to ensure that each piece of equipment sold matches the buyer's condition and technical requirements.
CAE offers sellers a fast and direct purchase of surplus equipment, world class support and compliance, and makes selling equipment a safe, profitable and hassle free endeavor.
Today, CAE is the largest capital equipment marketplace in the world, tracking approximately 65,000 pieces of equipment, 69,000 equipment requirements, and completing 1,500 transactions each year across North America, Europe, and Asia.
This is the employer's chance to tell you why you should work for them. The information provided is from their perspective.
Chairman & CEO
Pros: I was downsized out of a marketing position in high tech and being about mid-point in my career, thought it might be worthwhile to expand my search to include sales. Since marketing and sales tend to work closely together, I thought it might be… – Full Review
|Salaries in USD||Avg. Salary||
10 CAE (Capital Asset Exchange & Trading) Salaries
8 CAE (Capital Asset Exchange & Trading) Salaries
1 CAE (Capital Asset Exchange & Trading) Salary
= Salary Range
= Anonymous Salary Range
Accepted Offer – Reviewed May 19, 2013
Interview Details – Long interview process because of many applicants. But there is super high turn over. – Full Interview
Why do you want to join? – Answer Question
Let us know if we're missing any workplace or industry recognition –